In basketball, the best performances can sometimes be achieved virtually. While the NBA works to find a way to finish the season in 2119-21, gamers are continuing to put in their time on NBA 2K21. After some impressive stats were sent to the MyTeam staff, it was decided that it was time to unveil the new NBA 2K21 Spotlight Sim cards. Those went to big men Brook Lopez and Darko Milicic, among others, with one player receiving a new Galaxy Opal.

Milicic and Lopez each receive new NBA 2K21 Spotlight Sim Cards as a result of their in-game performances.
NBA 2K21 Spotlight Sim cards are the result of gamers achieving impressive, and sometimes unrealistic, in-game stats. That was the case for the man who was largely forgotten following the 2003 NBA Draft, when he was selected as the infamous No. 2 pick, sandwiched between LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony.

One gamer was able to score 51 points in a game while playing as Milicic on the Minnesota Timberwolves. Not only that, but he also recorded a triple-double, which included 15 rebounds and 10 assists. This resulted in the following brand new Darko 92 overall Amethyst card.

The NBA 2K21 MyTeam Fan Favorites Packs are back, this time with new Galaxy Opals.
Three Galaxy Opals have been added to the rosters of veterans Jeremy Lin and J. R. Smith, as well as Michael Porter Jr. in NBA 2K21 MyTeam. These players are considered to be fan favorites, which explains their inclusion in the packs of the same name. Jeff Green and Gerald Green, both with Pink Diamonds, as well as Joe Smith, who is holding a Diamond and an Amethyst Dean Wade, will be joining them.

The NBA 2K21 soundtrack has been updated to include new musical selections.
Every now and then, NBA2K21 MT provides players with a fresh set of tracks to dance to in the game. On May 12, another of those updates was made available. The Travis Scott song "Highest In the Room" serves as the opening track for the NBA 2K21 soundtrack update, providing a familiar slow hip-hop track to keep things mellow. Scott was the curator of the NBA 2K19 soundtrack and contributed to it with multiple tracks, so it makes sense that he would be included.

Hip-hop star Lil Baby, who is best known for his hit single "Woah," is also featured in the update. The song peaked at No. 15 on the U. S. Billboard singles chart and No. 7 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop singles chart.

Gunna, the rapper who collaborated with Lil Baby on the song "Drip Too Hard," also appears on the new NBA 2K21 soundtrack update. This time around, he's featured on the Roddy Ricch track "Start With Me."Both rappers had previously appeared on other tracks on the soundtrack, with Ricch appearing on the Post Malone remix of "Wow" and Gunna contributing his track "Big Shot."